- Due Date
- Dec 15 2020, 5:00 AM
|mediawiki/extensions/IPInfo||master||+60 -0||Add ConnectionType to the returned data for an IP address|
- Mentioned In
- T271672: Add info text icons and text where required in IP Info
rEIPI5e73808a736b: Add ConnectionType to the returned data for an IP address
T269760: Add proxy information to the API for pulling it in the IP Information box
T269766: Display the new pieces of information in the Special:Contributions infobox
T269304: Add user type to the IP Information box
- Mentioned Here
- T264837: Figure out which data we can display in IP Info [4H]
I added the to Connection type as an example. I am not sure if that one in particular actually needs it. For the items that are in F33932274, I think:
- Location doesn't need it
- ISP / Domain doesn't need it (what do you think?)
- ASN needs it . From T264837, it could be something like "Autonomous System Number is a collection of connected IP routing prefixes under the control of one or more network operators". I think we should add something here about how it is helpful for patrolling, but that isn't super clear to me. @cwylo, what do you think?
- Connection type doesn't need it. When you see the data under it (Dialup, Cable/DSL, Corporate, Cellular from T264837) its quite self-explanatory.
- User type doesn't need it. When you see the data under it (business, cafe, cellular, college, content_delivery_network, dialup, government, hosting, library, military, residential, router, school, search_engine_spider traveler from T264837) its quite self-explanatory.
- Proxy needs it. It'll also need an explanation of how to use this information while patrolling. The color of the circle is meant to indicato this. For example, tor is bad, residential proxy isn't.
- Static IP score needs it. From T264837: "An indicator of how static or dynamic an IP address is.".
- Number of users on this IP doesn't need it.
It is a bit confusing that both Connection Type and User Type share Dialup and Cellular. @Tchanders do they mean different things in these different contexts?